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critical condition after fireball ride in ohio broke apart. tonight that same ride on the santa cruz boardwalk has been shut down just to be safe. nbc bay area's at the boardwalk with the new details. sergio. >> a spokesperson for the santa cruz beach boardwalk says they have never had an incident with the fireball right here but decided to shut it down and perform an inspection anyway. in video that's been widely circulated on social media, you can see the ride at the ohio state fair. we cannot show the whole clip because it's too graphic. one died, six others injured. fireball right here at the boardwalk is made by the same manufacturer and though they've never had an incident here, they wanted to take extra precautions and shut it down early. >> we were going to do an inspection tonight. it's hard to inspect rides in the dark. we'll wait till the morning and do an additional inspection along with the daily check. >> reporter: there are key differences between the two rides. the fireball at the ohio state
fair is portable which means it can be taken apart and moved from one event to the next. >> our ride is a fixed ride, permanent amusement ride. it's inspected daily as state mandated. california has the most stringent ride safety regulations in the world. operators here want to talk with the manufacturer to see if there's special adjustments they need to make after the accident in ohio. most customers here hadn't heard about the incident there. one man was skeptical of the decision to close this ride. >> just because someone else happened that, doesn't mean it's going to happen here. >> reporter: officials in ohio are still trying to figure out what caused the deadly failure. it the ride today was inspected during several stages of its setup. the governor of ohio decided to slit down all the rides at the ohio state fair. the fireball ride here in santa cruz will likely reopen tomorrow. reporting life in santa cruz, sergio quinn tan.
>> thank you. more about the fireball ride. it can seat 24 people in groups four. people are secured with an over the shoulder harness. it's made by a dutch manufacturer. the ride swings riders is 40 feet in the air while spinning at a rate of 13 revolutions per minute. >> what will he do tomorrow? today president trump announcing transgender individuals can no longer be in the military. that's led to anger and backlash from many people. but the question moving forward already their ban even happen. or is it just a by-product of the president's itchy twitter finger. whatever the reality, hundreds of people pouring into the streets of san francisco tonight for an emergency protest. jean elle joins us at city hall which is lit up to support the transgender community. gene? >> that's right, raj. city leaders here in san francisco are showing support for the transgender community lighting up city hall in the colors of the transflag.
the president's decision to ban members of the community from the military has people coming together to voice their opposition. >> hundreds of angry protesters hit the streets in san francisco. >> hours after president trump tweeted a reversal in military policy saying transgender individuals are no longer allowed to be in the u.s. military. citing cost and disruption. >> myself and others lgbt veterans and other lgbts active duty members have sworn to put their [ bleep ] on the line for this country for that constitution. >> transgender veterans and allies gathered in the cas troes to voice their opposition to the change. >> stand up, fight back. >> reporter: the commander in chief's tweets could affect thousands of service members. navy veteran cody horton says the president's decision will send a wave of fear through members of the transgender
community who are currently serving. >> kind of harkins back to like what i experienced with the don't ask, don't tell. i had for a short stint had to be in the closet because of fear of being discharged. >> reporter: in san francisco, hundreds want members of the community to know them are not alone. and tonight, the aclu says it is prepared to take legal action to protect members of the military that this might affect. but it also points out it will take more than tweets to make this ban a policy. and at this point, the white house says it's working on a plan to implement the change. reporting live from san francisco, jean elle. >> good information. thank you. we have complete coverage of the president's mirit ban. the announcement at least across our digital platforms. check out nbcbayarea.com or our twitter feed for the updates. >> california's secretary of state is defying is the
president alex padilla is again denying president trump's request to turn over voter data from the presidential election. the trump administration created a special commission to investigate alleged voting fraud in that election. at least 16 other states have also denied that request. he was well respected and looking for a promotion but tonight his career with the s fp pd is in jeopardy. a veteran officer arrested accused of possessing child important. officer joshua enea is expected to appear in court tomorrow. investigators say a several month long investigation revealed are enea had multiple images of child important on his home computer in antioch. he was arrested this morning while on the job in san francisco by fellow officers. >> it's very, very troubling that a sworn peace officer would have any of the stuff on their computer. a spokesperson says when they learned about the allegation in
february, they removed the officer from direct contact with the public. he's been suspended now without pay. new information about a murder from 2015. police released a new sketch. you can see it here, of the suspected gunman. this is the man they believe shot and killed 19-year-old christopher keel outside of his home near santet elementary school. two people pulled up in the white car you just saw and asked if he was in a gang. after he said no, one of them shot them. it's been an emotional week for the family of an elderly woman beaten to death inside of her own home. another suspect is expected in court tomorrow. seneca santos, the mother of johnny brown is expected to be arraigned on charges of being an accessory after the fact in the murder of flow douglas. here's a picture of flow. the beloved senior citizen attacked inside of her home last year. 19-year-old johnny brown was in court today after police arrested him yesterday. brown is the second suspect directly accused of murdering
miss flo, a total of six people are now facing charges. >> the 18-year-old father charged today with abandoning his newborn in a parking lot says he doesn't remember leaving the baby. daniel mitchell broke down and sobbed as he was charged with two felonies and a misdemeanor for allegedly leaving his 16-year-old baby in a strip maul. a surveillance camera caught him pulling away in his car. when police found and questioned him, he told them he was high on drugs and couldn't remember anything. the infant has been upgraded from critical to stable condition. new at 11:00, the sound of music soon to be cut off at midnight. san francisco is cracking down on a popular north beach nightclub after numerous complaints. as charlie hurd tells us the ober of the club says it's less about noise than it is about his particular client tell. >> having a condition forcing us to stop our live entertainment at 12:00 a.m. will kiss our
business in 90 days. >> bennett montoya making a full-court press to convince the san francisco board of appeals to reverse a decision that forced the club to cut off live music at midnight. >> i'm not saying hugh has no citizens. there are only six actual incident reports that hugh was involved in. >> reporter: this video take been a business next due to the hugh lounge shows some of the problems people claim take place there regularly including fights and public drunkenness leading to numerous calls to sfpd. >> it's and you safe environment not only for us but for people and pedestrians trying to walk down the broadway corridor. >> the nightclub owner claims the business is being targeted by neighbors and police because the clientele is mostly african-americans. >> i encourage people who use race as a motive to damage hugh and his business to stop being part of the problem and be part
of the solution. >> we just don't want to support people that are not paying attention. >> in the end, the board of appeals agreed with those complaining about the nightclub keeping the midnight music curfew in place. >> it's time for the city to let these folks know that we're very serious that we're not going to tolerate violence in our community. >> in san francisco, cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. coming up next at 11:00, get ready to wait in line even longer. the tsa making some big changes. coming to an airport near you. plus, a little bit of hollywood in the east bay. but the filming is problem controversial. i'm meteorologist jeff ranieri. after a warm 90 in livermore today, things are about to heat up. we'll talk about the change in the forecast and how long the hot weather could stick around in about ten minutes.
together security line at the airport. the tsa an announced tighter security for domestic travel. yes, that probably means longer and slower lines. nbc bay area's ian cole joins us in the newsroom with the details. ian, what do we need to know? >> the new rules were tested at ten different airports where passengers had to take large electronics out of carry ones. soon you'll see it at every airport. in the coming weeks, the tsa is going to ask you to unload more as they look closer at you're electronics. >> safety has been a big problem in the united states, especially overseas. i think that's good that they're keeping us safe. >> reporter: you've already had to remove laptop computers from your carry on. now any device larger and a cell phone must also go into a separate bin and through the x-ray machine. >> it is a hassel. i would rather put everything in my checked luggage but i want it to arrive in one piece. so i take it with me. >> reporter: the rules are already in place at ten u.s.
airports including boston, detroit and los angeles. >> i think passengers can expect longer wait times. there's really just no way that you can start dumping more items out of a bag and somehow keep the lines going the same speed. >> reporter: this comes after federal authorities announced tighter security measures for international flights heading into the u.s. because of terror concerns. in phoenix, the tsa also recentry began testing 3-d carry on luggage scanners to detect bombs. last week the homeland security secretary said the tsa recently set off an explosive. >> we tested on a real airplane, on the ground, pressurizes. it destroyed the airplane. >> reporter: with the new rules, passenger in precheck programs won't be affected. some flyers say the changes are worth it into for me i don't care, as long as we're safe. you know? that's my main priority. ian cole, nbc bay area news.
a woman is recovering and police searching for a suspect after a violent and random attack in oakland last week in the fruitvale neighborhood. video shows a woman walking on international boulevard when that man just suddenly elbows her in the face and knocks her down. the victim says the man yelled for her to get out of the way before right there, he knocked her down. >> she's on the floor knocked out. i don't know why. like, why. she didn't do nothing. she was just walking by. >> reporter: that's the woman's niece talking. the victim suffered a broken bone under her eye and doesn't want her identity reveal. she may lose sight from that eye. a break in on the cal campus. uc berkeley police looking for two spuktz captured here on camera. investigators say they broke a dozen doors as they made their way into the journalism school last week in the early morning hours. they stole apple computers and a
$20,000 sony camera. >> crews behind the controversial show 13 reasons are filming in the east bay. this is the set for the show. 13 reasons why. it was filming in martinez. the show centers around the issue of teen suicide and it's triggered debates and protests when it debuted. bay area schools in different districts sent letters to parents warning them about the potential impact the show could have on young students. court and main streets were shut down till 7:00 p.m. for filming this evening. > school starts for most kids next month. we've kicked off our program to help kids. we want to help all kids to make hur they have the proper school supplies that they need. and to succeed. we've teamed up with telemundo 48 and several non-profits for the rest of the month. you can donate backpacks, school supplies or cash. this help students who cannot afford new supplies. the full list where you can donate can be found on our
website, easy to find at nbcbayarea.com. we've got four or five days left yet into you forget how much they rack up. if you multiply that by having several children, you could spend hundreds on supplies some people don't have. >> jeff is now here with us. >> it's going to be hot when school starts in a few weeks. >> temperatures starting to ramp up. a few spots will hit 100 degrees for tomorrow. let's get a closer look at our microclimate forecast. what we're seeing right now is a change in the atmosphere that brings us to a classic summer pattern. hot high pressure building in. and then you get fog at the immediate coastline. this is going to set us up over the next seven days with plenty of microclimate extremes. cooler coast and hotter inland. right now we're seeing fog pretty thick across the golden gate bridge. 57 degrees. a little bit of patchy drizzle. by 6:00 a.m. down to 53.
the fog to start. you can see in the south bay for tomorrow, we'll begin mostly sunny and 61. towards the trivaeshlgs also sunshine and 62. a few clouds here by the bay and 59. the fog in san francisco with 54. the good news, it's not going to be cloudy all day long. for anyone that wakes up to cloud cover, it looks as if wares good to clear out by 1:00 p.m. with widespread sunshine throughout the bay. if you're going to the beaches you may have clouds to deal with. the microclimate forecast as we head throughout your thursday. not everyone going to be at 100. i think it's going to be a comfortable day down in the south bay. san jose 88. warmer 94 in gilroy. con trap kosta, alameda counties two spots at 100. this will be the hottest in my forecast. antioch 100, concord also 100. danville 99. then a little bit of a breeze off bay keeps us at 79 in oakland and 85 in hayward.
towards the peninsula, 62 in half moon bay as we mentioned, the cooler breeze keeps the number down. belmont looking good at 85 degrees. san francisco a wide mix. 70 across the mission. 65 in ingleside and 66 for sunset and windy per normal this time of year. winds out of the west at 15 miles per hour. 94 in napa. cooler on the grapevines in sonoma at 88. let's take you to the extended forecast and with the fog remaining at the coast, it will be this repetitive pattern where we wake up to low clouds and get that afternoon sunshine building. you can see 60s here as we head all the way throughout the next seven days. fairly typical for us. nothing out of the ordinary on that forecast. for the inland valleys it does heat up albeit for the extreme interior valleys. we're talking santa rowsa, walnut creek, livermore, concord, also down to morgan hill and gilroy where temperatures will be in the mid to upper 90s. notice sunday, that's the
warmest out of the next seven days up to 99 degrees. as we head into next wednesday, we stay with the trend of mid to upper 90s. thankfully for a lot of folks caught in the last heat wave, that don't have ac that live near that fog belt near orinda, oakland, down to hayward, we still should have the foggy breeze. it shouldn't be getting uncomfortably hot. that's good news. >> could be jeff talking about himself. >> i don't have ac. >> we know you, jeff. thanks a lot. >> good-bye coke zero. plans to overhaul the low calorie soda. >> and we have jimmy. >> hey, guys, we have youtube stars red and link. music from ellie goulding. do not change the channel. it's great. >> the manhunt continues tonight for the new york inmate who escaped a high security detention center on rikers island. staff noticed the man didn't
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tech companies are promising growth and that means traffic and lack of affordable housing. it could get worse. tonight leaders from every local county approved a plan called bay area 2040. they say step one is to add nearly a million housing units. experts say if it's built near public transportation that, could mean less traffic and attract more younger workers to the area. coke zero is being replaced. coca-cola says it will stop selling the zero calorie soda and launching a new recipe next month called coke zero sugar. it has been selling around the world since last year and it will taste more like the or coke. of course, with zero sugar and zero calories. >> this change our habits if we share a coke. >> we drink coke zero quite often. >> together, we'll share one. >> up next, the big drama from team usa at levi's stadium tonight. we'll show you the soccer highlights in a minute.
a lot of people around the world watching. more than 60,000 fans. jamaica was the cinderella team coming into the game after they upset mexico on sunday. tonight the americans had the magic. that's the shot right there. stanford alum jordan morris with the game winner. you think he's fired up? he's going to keep running. less than three minutes remaining, team usa gets the game-winning goal. here it is the replay. they win the gold cup. final score 2-1. baseball tonight. this might have been the most depressing loss of the season for the a's. cover your eyes. in toronto, bottom of the ninth. santiago casilla, 80s ace leading 2-0. casilla gives up the game tying already home run. 2-2. very next batter, morales hits the walk off homer for the jays. toronto stuns oakland, final score, 3-2. the giants under the sun at
china basin matinee baseball wrapping up their series against the pirates. jeff smar ja could be traded by next week. today, the dude gave up one run over seven innings. bottom of the seventh, brandon belt, fly ball to left field. i got it. i think the guy lost it in the sun. the eventual game run scores, game-winning run scores. giants win 2-1 and play the donors in l.a. on friday that game right here on nbc bay area. >> the warriors are apparently taking over the world. kevin durant is in india this week to promote the nba while steph curry is in china. he's meeting fans and also trying a little tai-chi and yes, he's selling shoes. this is a marketing trip for under armor by the way, but he's very zen. see? he's getting in a zone. instead of doing that double hand dribble thing he does, he's going to do this before game. >> is brother there, his family
members? he's got everyone there. he said he's going to start doing that pregame for the warriors. we're back in a moment. ♪ what should i watch? show me sports. it's so fluffy! look at that fluffy unicorn! he's so fluffy i'm gonna die! your voice is awesome. the x1 voice remote. xfinity. the future of awesome.
beautiful night in san francisco. city hall lit up in colors honoring the transgender community after today's political news. but we are talking about the forecast going into tomorrow thursday? >> yeah, which is nice temperatures in the city but a lot warmer every place else inland. >> go inland and it's going to be up to 98 degrees for our forecasted high especially near antioch, brentwood over to concord, walnut creek, livermore and pleasanton. the hottest in the seven-day forecast by sunday and we'll stay with this trend of mid to upper 90s inland through next wednesday. in san francisco, it so far looks like a lock to keep the ocean breeze as we head throughout the next seven days. that means that cooler breeze filtering throughout the bay will help the peninsula and portions near oakland, hayward, down through the castro valley to stay cooler. if you're going to the immediate coastline, prepare for the 60s. if you're looking for something to do this weekend, it's already that time of year, you guys, for
the gilroy gar lis festival. >> this weekend. >> yes. techs in the mid-90s into saturday. >> it's always steaming hot. >> the one time i went down there a couple times to cover that, it smells like a big pizza oven. >> it's garlic fries, garlic everything. >> so good. so good. >> good suggestion. he's like a concierge for the weekend. >> weather updates and he tells you are r where to go. >> thanks for joining us here at 11:00. have a great day tomorrow. >> bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- john boyega, youtube stars rhett & link,